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HP Touchpad live

HP Touchpad live

It feels like we've been waiting for the HP TouchPad ever since we first used webOS, making no bones of the fact that Palm's platform seemed tailor-made for larger screen tablets. The wait has been worth it; we've just been checking out the TouchPad after HP's launch event, and it's a slick, solid slate on which webOS scales nicely.

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HP: “Breadth of products” tipped for Feb 9 including tablet talk

HP: “Breadth of products” tipped for Feb 9 including tablet talk

HP VP Todd Bradley has been laying down some teasers for the upcoming February 9 event, telling CNBC that the company has "announced February 9th we have a broad public set of announcements, broadly about the future of webOS and the breadth of products that it’ll enable." While a tablet is not specifically confirmed, Bradley later goes on suggest that HP is "focused" on the tablet market and that HP will show during the event how it plans to differentiate its slate from the iPad.

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HP webOS tablet due March 2011 tips analyst

HP webOS tablet due March 2011 tips analyst

HP's first webOS-based tablet has found itself a launch window, though the timings are guesstimates from analyst digging rather than any official word from the company itself. Having met with Asian tech sources recently, BMO Capital Markets analyst Keith Bachman believes the webOS tablet will arrive in March 2011; so far, HP has only confirmed that the slate is on track for release sometime in 2011.

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HP Slate Poses for Leaked Photos

HP Slate Poses for Leaked Photos

The HP Slate may not be all the rage anymore, but that's not stopping HP from releasing it. Last we heard, pertaining to which markets HP would be aiming for, the Slate tablet device would be aimed primarily for the enterprise consumer, and not necessarily targeted towards the masses. After we got a glimpse of the device on video (which was subsequently pulled soon after), the upcoming HP Slate stands at the ready for some spy shots, which have made their way onto the Internet (as usual).

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Sony SRS-V500IP travel mug speaker system arrives in US

Sony SRS-V500IP travel mug speaker system arrives in US

You'd be forgiven for thinking this was a combination cup-holder and iPod dock, but in actual fact the Sony SRS-V500IP gives speakers a travel-mug style update.  Inside lurks the company's 360-degree "Circle Sound Stage" system, promising to spread the audio from the 16W stereo speakers so that everyone around you can enjoy it, while the "mug" itself can be removed and used with an in-car power adapter, slotting neatly into a cupholder.

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HP eStation Zeen hits FCC, spurs webOS/Win7 tablet speculation [Updated]

HP eStation Zeen hits FCC, spurs webOS/Win7 tablet speculation [Updated]

HP looks to be flexing their Zeen trademark, with a new FCC filing being spotted for what looks to be a tablet-style device listed as the HP eStation Zeen.  Thanks to a confidentiality clause that doesn't lift until the end of 2010 we don't know any more details beyond the WiFi b/g/n connectivity, but it's not entirely outlandish to presume that this is either HP's webOS tablet or their Windows 7 slate.

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MSI Slatebook Windows 7 tablet at Computex; Tegra 2 M Pad still in development

MSI Slatebook Windows 7 tablet at Computex; Tegra 2 M Pad still in development

While the future of HP's Windows 7 slate apparently hangs in the balance, MSI are supposedly gung-ho about their own tablet running the Microsoft OS.  According to DigiTimes' sources, the company will bring the MSI Slatebook to Computex 2010 in early June.  Based, so "sources at notebook players" would have it, on Intel's Menlow Atom Z5xx processor range (not the newer Moorestown Z6xx chips), the Slatebook apparently has a 10-inch display and integrated WiFi and 3G.

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